FPL Gameweek 29 Tips- 2022/23

FPL Gameweek 29 Tips: The English Premier League returns to action after the last international break in the 2022/23 season. All the teams will feature in the gameweek 29 of the competition. Arsenal have an eight-point lead at the top of the table. The race for the top four and the relegation battle is also heating up. As league football returns to action, so does the Fantasy Premier League. We bring you a few tips that can help in team selection for gameweek 29.

Matches To Target In FPL Gameweek 29

This is one of the biggest match weeks of the season as 16 matches are going to be played. Manchester City and Liverpool face each other in the opening match of the gameweek 29. Aston Villa, Brentford, Brighton, Bournemouth, Chelsea, Leeds United, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Nottingham Forest, Newcastle United, and West Ham United will play twice in this matchweek. We now look at some of the matches that you can target.

Arsenal vs Leeds United

The league leaders are on a six-match winning streak in the league. They return from the international break with an eight-point lead but have played a game more than their nearest team on the league table. Arsenal have a chance to maintain their lead and are the favourites to win the match.

Bournemouth vs Fulham

Fulham have lost back-to-back matches in the league and that has pushed them away from the Europen spot. They face a relegation-threatened Bournemouth in their next match and will be eyeing for a win.

Everton Vs Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur will play their first match post Antonio Conte’s era. Spurs are fighting for a spot in the top four. They were on a decent run of form recently and will look to secure three points in this game.

Chelsea Vs Liverpool

Chelsea and Liverpool always produce some magic on the field. They face each other in their second match of the gameweek 29. Both teams are returning to form and will play twice at the weekend.

Manchester United Vs Brentford

After losing against the same opponents in the reverse fixture, the Red Devils will be looking to take revenge against the Bees in this match. Both teams play twice this weekend and will look to take six points from these games.

FPL Gameweek 29- Players To Target.

As most of the players will feature twice in this gameweek, few players that you can target in the gameweek 29.

Goalkeepers:

David De Gea (5.0): Manchester United’s number one is enjoying a good-run. He is making some good saves and keeping his side in contention for a top-three finish. The Red Devils play twice this weekend.

Kepa (4.7): Chelsea plays twice in the gameweek 29. The Spanish goalkeeper was guarding the goal for his international side during the international break. Chelsea will look to keep a clean sheet and Kepa is expected to play a key role in it.

Nick Pope (5.4): Newcastle United’s goalkeeper is still searching for his 13th clean sheet after failing to keep one in the last six games. Newcastle United play twice this weekend and Pope will look to make some saves and add one or two clean sheets to his overall tally.

Defenders:

Kieran Trippier (6.1): Newcastle United’s captain has led his side from the front. The expert set-piece taker plays twice this weekend and will offer some points.

Pervis Estupinan (4.8): Brighton’s left-back is one of the valuable additions to any back line. He averages 6.5 points in the last eight games. Estupinan is a valuable pick on the side.

Luke Shaw (5.2: Manchester United’s full-back has featured regularly under Erik ten Hag. He is likely to play in both matches and will look to create an impact.

Midfielders:

Mo Salah (12.8): Liverpool needs their star man to up his game and take them to Europe for next season. Jurgen Klopp’s men are now focused on league football and Salah is their go-to man.

Solly March (5.1): Solly March has shown a different type of form this season. He has scored and created six goals each. Brighton’s wide-man has the ability to get himself inside the opposition penalty box and will look to contribute more towards his side’s success.

Bruno Fernandes (9.6): Manchester United’s standing captain plays the whole 90 minutes of the match. He is present everywhere and is capable of scoring and creating goals. The Portuguese can be a good fit for the team.

James Maddison (8.2): Maddison provided an assist in his last game for Leicester City. The playmaker has now taken his tally to nine goals and six assists. He is the biggest hope in Leicester City’s side.

Forwards:

Alexander Isak (6.7): Newcastle United’s number nine netted two goals in the last game and secured three points for his side. He made a big-money move in the summer and is looking to make a name for himself in England

Ivan Toney (7.9): Ivan Toney will play twice in the gameweek 29. The Englishman has created an upset against the big teams and will look to score more in the two matches coming.

Danny Ings (6.4): The Hammers play twice in the coming gameweek. Danny Ings is their biggest hope of getting goals in both matches. He faces Southampton and Newcastle United in the gameweek 29.

Patson Daka (5.6): He has settled well in this Leceister City side. Daka has the pace to run past the opposition defenders and will play a key role in securing his team’s survival in the league.

Captain Picks For FPL Gameweek(GW) 29

Arsenal: Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli

Brentford: Ivan Toney

Brighton: Kaoru Mitoma

Chelsea: Joao Felix

Liverpool: Mo Salah

Manchester United: Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes

Newcastle United: Kieran Trippier and Alexander Isak

Tottenham Hotspur: Harry Kane & Son

FPL Gameweek(GW) 29Chips suggestion

Bench Boost: FPL players who have more than 5-6 players with double matches can use this chip.

Triple Captain: Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford, and Mo Salah are the top names for using this chip.

Free Hit: In case you have more players from teams playing one match then you can use this chip and select 11 players with two matches.

The FPL Gameweek 29 will only experience seven matches. Follow our tips and make your teams accordingly.

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